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Morning News Watch
jcps superintendent will leave district

Superintendent Brian Mitchell announced today that he will retire at the end of the 2014-2015 school year. Dr. Mitchell has served the District since 2009. Mitchell has had a successful career in public education that has spanned nearly three decades. ...Read More

shades of george brett and darrell porter!

The Kansas City Royals had waited 29 years to reach the postseason. They weren't going down without a fight. Salvador Perez singled down the left-field line with two outs in the 12th inning, allowing Christian Colon to score from second ...Read More

*** update *** one victim recovering after jcmo shooting

More details on a shooting near a Jefferson City day care. A man is in custody, but police are looking for more, after several shots fired on Elizabeth Street just south of Washington Park last (tue) night. Witnesses say a ...Read More

DEATH AT M-U FRAT HOUSE ISN’T SUSPICIOUS

Columbia Police don’t find any reason to suspect foul play in a death at an MU fraternity. Officers were sent to the Alpha Gamma Rho house on campus after 11:30 Monday night to investigate a death there. Officer Latisha Stroer ...Read More

eugene man apparently dies from rabies

Family members tell our news partner ABC 17 that 52-year-old John Emmerich of Eugene started feeling severe pain and had hallucinations before he died at University Hospital last Friday. Test results from the CDC came back the day before Emmerich ...Read More

jcmo’s new finance director already knows his way around city hall

He’s been doing both jobs for some time and now Jefferson City’s I-T Director also heads up the city’s Finance Department. Bill Betts has been Jefferson City’s Interim Finance Director since last year in addition to his information technology duties. ...Read More

IT MAY NOT BE ‘LINN TECH’ ANY MORE BUT GRADUATES ARE FINDING GOOD JOBS

It may still be ‘Linn Tech’ to you .. but lots of Mid-Missourians have started lucrative careers at the State Technical College ofMissouri … President Don Claycomb talking about those graduates who get a degree as electric linemen. State Technical ...Read More

prosecutor mark richardson is all about the grand jury

A grand jury in Ferguson is considering whether to indict the police officer who shot and killed Michael Brown.  On KWOS Open Air, Cole County Prosecutor Mark Richardson says the case is a good example of why grand juries are ...Read More

governor nixon is in afghanistan

Four U.S. governors are in Afghanistan as part of a delegation to receive counterterrorism briefings and to greet troops stationed there. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's office says he's in country with Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval, Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam ...Read More

jcmo woman dies in arkansas crash

A Jefferson City woman has died from her injuries after a motorcycle wreck near Fayetteville Arkansas on Saturday. The Arkansas State Police says 50-year-old Tanya Humphrey died after the bike she was riding on overturned on a curve. The driver ...Read More

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KWOS Open Air
Representative Mike Bernskoetter On Open Air

State Representative Mike Bernskoetter (R-Wardsville) talks about the recent veto session, and his priorities for the 2015 session on KWOS Open Air:[display_podcast]

Judge Pat Joyce & Attorney Sarah Michael On Open Air

Cole County Presiding Circuit Judge Pat Joyce (pictured left) talks about drug court, objectivity, and her law career.  She joined us on KWOS Open Air with Attorney Sarah Michael. Here's our conversation:[display_podcast]

Senator Kehoe & Friends On Open Air Saturday

State Senator Mike Kehoe guest-hosted for Hal Dulle this past week on Open Air Saturday. His guests included Don Claycomb, President of State Technical College Of Missouri, and businessmen Bernie Fechtel, John Sheehan, and John Kehoe.  Here's their conversation:[display_podcast]

Prosecutor Mark Richardson On Open Air

Cole County Prosecutor Mark Richardson was instrumental in reconvening the grand jury in 2007  following his election.  He discusses the grand jury process on KWOS Open Air:[display_podcast]

JCPD Eyeing National Trends

Body cameras, police "militarization", community relations...just a few of the issues that have been in the national spotlight this year. We talked about it with JCPD Captain Doug Shoemaker on KWOS Open Air:[display_podcast]